DIMHRS

AcronymDefinition
DIMHRSDefense Integrated Military Human Resources System (US DoD)
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DOD and the Army tried unsuccessfully to implement DIMHRS.
DIMHRS falls under a much larger Air Force manpower and personnel initiative called personnel service delivery transformation.
1 of the system requirements document, it noted that DOD's DIMHRS program office had not effectively communicated with the Army the rationale or negotiated the acceptance of the Army's requirements that were dropped, changed, or both, which were agreed upon in version 3.
Other key DIMHRS functions include a view-only screen that lets Soldiers view personnel and pay items; Certificates of Release or Discharge from Active Duty (DD 214); group life insurance elections; leave and earnings statements and wage and tax statements; records of civilian and military education, awards, contracts, and evaluations; and Department of the Army photos.
DIMHRS will be accessible from anywhere with a Common Access Card, and will be a one-stop shop for service members with pay and personnel issues.
Ensure the developer fully understands AF requirements and represents them in the DIMHRS product--deadline: January 2007
All of the online applications we're creating are helping us get comfortable with using online transactions, which will continue to increase as the military transitions to DIMHRS," said Senior Master Sgt.
TO meet the demands of the global war on terror, the Army is transforming its personnel-management methods by implementing the Defense Integrated Military Human Resources System, or DIMHRS.
DIMHRS offers a near real-time snapshot of our military forces at home and abroad enabling more timely and efficient planning.
In November 2004, DOD accepted the design for the first of three phases, DIMHRS (Personnel/Pay).
The DIMHRS will be a single standard military personnel and pay system supporting military personnel of all Services and their components.